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Top Strategic Partnerships Quotes

Strategic Partnerships Quotes By Thomas Narofsky

We need leaders who can meet and adapt to new challenges, build strategic partnerships, build and sustain human capital organizations, and have the courage to act and react to the challenges — Thomas Narofsky

Strategic Partnerships Quotes By Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Another area where we can do better is in promoting partnerships. The proliferation of diplomatic partnerships, in my view, is one of the most significant strategic trends regionally and worldwide. — Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Strategic Partnerships Quotes By Donald Miller

Her relationships were more about shared memories and common values than about strategic partnerships to help each other succeed. — Donald Miller

Strategic Partnerships Quotes By Guy Kawasaki

If pitches were weapons, the majority would be B-1 Lancers or Navy Seals. The B-1 pitch is up in the clouds. It features a lot of hand-waving, cool PowerPoint animations, and use of terms such as strategic, partnerships, alliances, first-mover advantage, and patented technology. Typically, it's delivered by an MBA with a finance or consulting background. — Guy Kawasaki

Strategic Partnerships Quotes By Daymond John

An entrepreneur needs to know what they need, period. Then they need to find an investor who can build off whatever their weaknesses are - whether that's through money, strategic partnerships or knowledge. — Daymond John

Strategic Partnerships Quotes By Michael J. Saylor

When you're building a company, you need to continually strengthen every component - finance, strategic partnerships, executive team, and relationships with every last constituency. — Michael J. Saylor

Strategic Partnerships Quotes By Steve Case

So we believed that strategic alliances and partnerships were critical, and we did that for five years. — Steve Case